Discussion in 'Ancient Coins' started by James R, Apr 10, 2021.
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This is the fifth thread you've started in the past six hours!
Etiquette around here is to post no more than one or two a day. You're flooding page 1, pushing other threads people worked very hard to write, such as @Steelers72 Augustus/bull denarius thread, on to page 2.
This is no doubt an interesting and unusual object. Is there a reason you posted it in the Ancients section of this forum?
Well, at least it’s round...
also, agrees with @Roman Collector: tune down a little bit. Seven posts on the frontpage is just a bit too much, especially when you post non-ancient coins on the ancient forum
I'm guessing it's jargon for "bimetallic yuan."
I won't be commenting on anymore of your threads until you ease up on posting nonsense, start contributing to others threads (if you have anything of value to add) and STOP FLOODING THIS BOARD
I could be wrong about every point.
Without characters or accent marks, "yu bi" often means "jade bi/disk," which this is obviously not.
Bi also means coin, so "jade coin" still doesn't work. I'm not sure what other context you can use "yu." Fish? Rain?
My guess is some sort of brothel token.
However, if it is really a tsuba, or even Japanese, or if the terms 'stunning' and 'immaculate' could ever be used to describe it, is something that I will simply not comment upon...
No, don't just post away, @James R. Have some consideration for other people. Combine all these questions into one post.
@James R . There ya go . See.
What a jack wagon you are, not so sensible Salty69. You give poor and frankly lame advice and tell someone who has just shown that they lack the sense of posting in moderation by putting up a half dozen threads, to keep it up, just in moderation. Then you insult two of CTs most fun and prolific posters.
Did your mother have any children that lived?
An actual ancient Chinese coin to give this pathetic thread something actually ancient and coinage
whatever this is it Chinese , nice detail and over all something i'd have in my collection
It's not Chinese though. It's Japanese, but probably made in some Chinese sweatshop, if that counts as being Chinese.
thanks for the correction
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